City Commission Worksession Minutes 07-10-2006

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                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
                       City Commission Worksession
                              July 10, 2006

The meeting was called to order by Mayor Warmington at 5:32 p.m.

Present were Mayor Warmington, Vice Mayor Gawron, Commissioners Carter, Davis,
Shepherd, Spataro, and Wierengo.

1.     Liquor License Reconsideration – Dreamers.
       City Manager Bryon Mazade explained the request. Dreamer’s Attorney, Mike
       Walsh, asked the Commission to reconsider their previous decision.

2006-59(a) Motion by Commissioner Shepherd, second by Commissioner Carter to
approve the recommendation to the Liquor Control Commission to approve
Dreamer’s license for May 1, 2006 to April 30, 2007.

ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Carter, Davis, Shepherd, Warmington, and Wierengo
           Nays: Gawron and Spataro


2.     Special Event Policy (how many Police Officers needed).
       Director of Public Safety Tony Kleibecker, explained how he determines how
       many Police Officers are needed.

3.     Finance Division Reorganization.
       Finance Director Tim Paul explained the item. This will be voted on at the July
       11th Commission Meeting.

4.     Farmers Market Building Assessment.
       Discussion was held.

5.     Sale of Clay Avenue Parking Ramp.
       City Manager Bryon Mazade gave an overview. This will be voted on at the July
       11th Commission Meeting.

6.     Lakos Property.
       City Manager Bryon Mazade reported on the property.
7.    Equal Employment Opportunity Committee.
      Assistant City Manager Lee Slaughter explained the request. Commission stated
      to go ahead and send out the letters.

8.    National League of Cities.
      It was recommended that City Clerk Gail Kundinger participate in the showcase.

9.    Any Other Business.
      Various comments were heard from the Commission.

10.   The meeting adjourned at 7:35 p.m.

                                           Respectfully submitted,

                                           Linda Potter, CMC
                                           Deputy City Clerk

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